2023 Texas Youth Summit Announces New Speakers To The 2023 Lineup

The Woodlands, TX – The Texas Youth Summit Foundation is pleased to announce new speakers to our lineup for the 2023 Texas Youth Summit. The new speakers are Kimberly Guilfoyle, Congressman Byron Donalds, Congressman Cory Mills, Alexandra Mealer, Jaco Booyens, State Senator Brandon Creighton, and more. 

These new speakers add to our lineup of Donald Trump, Jr., Riley Gaines Barker, Charlie Kirk, Christian Collins, Congressman Wesley Hunt, Congressman Troy Nehls, Yeonmi Park, and Abby Johnson, which were announced previously. Attendees should expect speakers who influence the conservative movement to speak, answer questions, and interact with them. 

The 2023 Texas Youth Summit will occur on September 29th and 30th at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, 1601 Lake Robbins Drive in The Woodlands, Texas. As the event approaches, Texas Youth Summit founder Christian Collins reflects, “Every year, the Texas Youth Summit continues to educate our youth, solidify their Christian-Judeo values, combat the left in society, and work to win back our Nation. Thousands come out to learn from leaders in the conservative movement, and our team cannot wait to see another successful event.” Admission for ages 12-26 to the Summit is Free.

Adult general admission is $50, and VIP opportunities are also available. Texas Youth Foundation is grateful for our sponsors, who can be viewed on our website. To learn more about the 2023 Texas Youth Summit, including additional speakers, purchasing tickets, and sponsorship information, please visit www.texasyouthsummit.com/events.   

About the Texas Youth Summit— The Texas Youth Summit is an annual event hosted by the Texas Youth Foundation and Texas Youth Action. This event has been hosted since 2019 to identify, educate, and train students to promote principles of fiscal responsibility, free market, limited government, American Exceptionalism, and the Judeo-Christian principles upon which this country was founded.

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